1.You're asking too much.
2.The price you offer is too high. We can't accept it.
3.Our rates are in line with the world market.
4.Our prices fit in with today's market situation.
5.You can't consider the price separately from the quality.
6.You should take the quality into account.
7.We have to take into consideration the quality of the goods.
8.I take into account = take into consideration
9.This is the best we can offer. We can't go any lower.
10.This is our rock-bottom price, we can't make any further concessions.
Seller: This is our rock-bottom price, Mr. Lee.
Buyer: If that's the case. there's not much point in further discussion. We might as well call the whole deal off.
Seller: What I mean is that we:ll never be able to come down to your price. The gap is too great.
Buyer: I think it unwise for either of us to be inflexible. How about meetingeach other halfway?
Seller: What's your proposal?
Buyer: Your unit price is 100 dollars higher than we want. Well, I suggest wemeet each other half way.
Seller: Do you mean a further reduction of 50 dollars in our price? That'simpossible!
Buyer: What would you suggest?
Seller: The best we can do is another 30 dollars off. That's definitely the lowest we can go.
Buyer: That still leaves a gap of 20 dollars. Let's meet each other half-awayagain and split the difference; I think this is a price we can both besatisfied with.
Seller: OK. We can meet half way again.